Want to attract more supporters, volunteers or potential donors to your cause but don’t have the budget to employ an agency or full time PR person? Then this course is for you.
Charities are finding it hard to make their voices heard and get the attention of the press and influencers above the ‘digital noise’ of the internet. Give your charity a competitive edge by learning the tactics from expert PR practitioners that will enable you successfully attract the attention of journalists and produce attention grabbing press releases and marketing materials.
You will learn step by step how to use the latest charity comms training strategies to make effective use of “free” or “earned” media. That means no more paying for expensive ads to attract attention for your charity.
Many charities struggle to achieve effective marketing, simply because they don’t know what to do. You’ll also learn the types of stories journalists are looking for, how to craft a winning press release that gets read and how to find bloggers and influencers for your cause.
This interactive and highly affordable taster course will guide your non profit into getting your the publicity for your charity and your cause that it richly deserves.
Cost: £19 ( Inc course notes and refreshments).
Places limited – 20 (First come basis)
• What the PESO model is and its relation to content marketing
• Learn how to deliver effective content that engages with your audience
• Learn the basics of an electronic press kit that gets media attention
• How to increase awareness, support, and donations with content marketing
• How to measure effectiveness of your content marketing
For further information about out Charity PR Strategy (Advanced Training) Course visit: https://elcassociates.co.uk/product/charity-pr-strategy-content-marketing/
About the Trainer (Tayo Idowu)
I am a skilled PR trainer, writer, business mentor, digital sales/PR expert. My time is split between helping others develop their digital PR and communications skills and managing our growing list of PR of clients.
Through my speaking and training engagements I help around 140 charities and SMEs improve their PR and content marketing skills every year. This includes from ‘how to’ workshop or advice/guidance sessions where they receive one-2-one coaching on developing effective PR campaigns and social media strategies
I was previously involved in the Government’s Growth Accelerator programme where I acted as a PR and marketing consultant to a wide range of SME’s. I also currently work with small businesses where I help them develop newsworthy press releases, PR campaigns and digital sales strategies. I was previously a member of CIPR.